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Sextus Pompey

Hadas, Moses

Sextus Pompey

by Hadas, Moses

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Published by AMS Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pompeius Magnus Pius, Sextus, -- ca. 67-35 B.C.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Moses Hadas.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 181 p.
    Number of Pages181
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14162803M

    The summary of Gowing’s chronological tour tries to give reasons why Sextus was historically important but was not felt to be so in antiquity, and his propositions — that Sextus never embraced a cause beyond doubt, was unable to fulfil Pompey’s legacy (whatever we take this to have been), and was “too mercurial and unpredictable” ( Sextus Pompey. 42 BC. AV Aureus ( g, 8h). Mint in Sicily. MAG. PIVS. behind, IMP. ITER. before, bare head of Sextus Pompey right; all within oak wreath / PRAEF above, CLAS. ET. ORAE/MARIT. EX. S.C below in two lines, bare heads of Pompey the Great right and Cnaeus Pompey Junior left, face to face; lituus to left, tripod to right.

      In Sicily, Sextus Pompey (l. BCE) was cutting off Italy’s grain supply, causing widespread famine. Something had to be done, so Octavian seized the opportunity to win acclaim. Octavian and his top general, Marcus Agrippa (l. BCE), went on to defeat Sextus Pompey at the Battle of Naulochus in 36 BCE and when he returned home, the "Senate and the people of Rome Author: Jesse Sifuentes. J. J. van Nostrand; Sextus Pompey. By Moses Hadas, PH.D., Instructor in Greek and Latin in Columbia University. (New York: Columbia University Press. Pp.

    Links to Books on Minting and Money, Coins of Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great and sons BC: Discussion and pictures of Coins: BC Caesar and Pompey, Crawford /; BC Sextus Pompey, Crawford /; The Pietas denarii of Sextus Pompey, T.V. Buttrey; Reviews about the coining process and mint management; Al Marco adjustment of denarius weights, Clive Stannard.   The economic problems caused by the eviction of established farmers were exacerbated by the control of Sextus Pompey over Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia. Pompey's navy regularly intercepted Roman shipping, leading to problems with the grain supply. In 39 BCE Antony and Octavian decided to negotiate an agreement to stop the piracy.


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Sextus Pompey was the youngest son of Gnaeus Pompey, or Pompey the Great as he is sometimes referred to. Sextus Pompey fled to Egypt, in 48 BC, with his father but saw his father murdered through treachery in the same year. Book EIV.I To Sextus Pompey: His Dilatoriness Pompey, accept a poem composed by one who’s indebted to you, Sextus, for his life.

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